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To say that Nassau County experienced a seismic shift in its often conservative political landscape on Nov. 7 would be an understatement. more
There is a frightening image of the typical MS-13 member that many Long Islanders carry with them — that of a shirtless, muscled, tattooed, sneering . . . more
This year’s City Council race was confusing, for sure, with local groups of Democrats at odds, Leah Tozer, a Democrat, running on a Republican line with candidates William Haas and Chris Jones, and … more
This week we mark the fifth anniversary of Hurricane Sandy. For so many storm victims, it felt as though their world had been turned upside down in the aftermath of this monster storm. more
On Nov. 7, New York voters will decide whether a state constitutional convention should be held. By law, every 20 years . . . more
In any hurricane, no matter the category, a wall of water surges inland, flooding streets and homes. During Hurricane Sandy, which struck during a full moon on Oct. 29, 2012, many South Shore streets were inundated . . . more
Breast cancer has killed far too many of our wives, mothers, sisters and friends. It is the second leading cause of cancer deaths among women in the U.S., after lung cancer, and . . . more
Nearly five years have passed since Hurricane Sandy devastated the East Coast, flooding thousands of homes and businesses and causing . . . more
On Nov. 7, residents will head to the polls to decide who will best represent their interests in their districts, from Nassau County executive and county legislators to . . . more
From Sept. 15 to Oct. 15, we celebrate National Hispanic Heritage Month. But in order to appreciate these immigrants’ colorful, flavorful contributions to virtually every realm of American life, we must understand their centuries-long history . . . more
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